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Nick Kyrgios unveils insane Pokemon tattoo covering his entire back

Nick Kyrgios unveils insane Pokemon tattoo covering his entire back

Nick Kyrgios has never been just like any other tennis player.

He famously (or infamously) has refused the tutelage of a coach for his entire career, preferring to beat to his own drum. As a Wimbledon finalist and former world No.13, he may argue it has worked for him.

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Others might argue his talent is worthy of a place in the top 10, and that he should have won a major tournament by now.

Regardless, by now the tennis world knows Kyrgios does it his own way.

At times, that has meant playing video games instead of training — and Pokémon has always been a favourite, of that the 28-year-old has made no secret.

And now the enigmatic Aussie has taken his love for the globally loved Nintendo game to the next level.

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Nick Kyrgios had five people working on his back at the same time. Credit: InstagramFive separate artists go to work on his back. Credit: Instagram

On Tuesday, Kyrgios shared photos from Los Angeles of a five-person job to ink an entire back-covering tattoo of some of his favourite Pokémon.

Among the Pokémon packed into the work of art are Blastoise, Dragonite, Snorlax, Gengar, Gyarados and, one of the rarest Pokémon in the animated series and games, Mewtwo.

“Five artists at once at one of the best studios in the world. Wish me luck, back is getting completely covered,” he wrote.

Kyrgios’s choice of subject for his new tattoo seemed to leave both his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi and his mother Nill stunned.

“Omg,” she wrote on Instagram.

Nill wrote: “NO!!!!!!”

His brother Christos was more positive: “Pokemon master, love it.”

It took just an hour to get all the lines done. Credit: InstagramKyrgios is a massive Pokémon fan. Credit: Instagram

Earlier this year, Kyrgios donned a pair of custom-made Pokémon sneakers featuring Squirtle (the unevolved version of Blastoise) and his own name written in the Pokémon yellow and blue font.

Having come off the best season of his career in 2022, when only Novak Djokovic stood in his way of winning a maiden grand slam title at Wimbledon, Kyrgios shaped as one of the favourites to win his first major at the Australian Open in January.

Unfortunately he was struck down by a knee injury which ruled him out of playing in his home slam, and he is still yet to play a match on tour since.

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Shortly after his exclusion from the Australian Open, a fan on Instagram asked him if he was “gonna go back to grinding Pokémon Unite while recovering?”

To which he replied: “Yup I’m already in Master for this season”.

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